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How To Gt Rid Of A Hematoma After A Hysterectomy
What's the question?: Yes it's possible to get a hematoma in a hysterectomy incision. If it's not enlarging, we usually leave it alone. It will "tamponade" itself off and stop growing, then slowly resorb. If it's enlarging, the incision would be opened and explored to tie off the bleeding vessel. ...Read more
A scalp hematoma is a condition in which there has been bleeding between the scalp and the skull, and the blood is trapped under the scalp, forming a blood-filled bulge. Scalp hematomas usually resolve without treatment. They are more common in babies who needed vacuum-assisted deliveries, because vacuum on a baby's scalp can cause ...Read more
Not likely: One yr after hysterectomy a hematoma should have resolved, but may have formed into a cyst. There may also form scar tissue. Rarely an abscess will form. All of these can be the source of continued pain. An ultrasound is probably the best and easiest and cheapest way to visualize, although it probably would not "see" scar tissue or adhesions. ...Read more
Blood + bacteria: These are among the most common complications after hysterectomy. Cellulitis probably occurs (mild) after most hysterectomies. Abscess is reported at +/-5% of cases, but most see it less frequently in the real world. Usually no avoidable cause is found (other than avoiding surgery). Most important is prompt diagnosis and proper treatment. ...Read more
I have a uterine cavity 4cm hematoma since vag hysterectomy 8 weeks ago. It keeps getting infected and i end up on IV abx. What can be done?
Antibiotics or surge: At this point, it would be continued antibiotics, or surgery to evacuate the hematoma. A lot of surgeons would hesitate to reoperate if this can be taken care of by medications. ...Read more
Hormone replacement: Hormone replacement therapy (hrt) is sometimes needed for women who have their ovaries removed during hysterectomy. Once the primary source of estrogen (ovaries) is removed from the body, many women experience hot flashes. Hrt can be given in the form of pills or patches. Discuss these options with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your doctor: Foul smelling vaginal discharge usually means infection. The most common is bacterial vaginosis, i.e. overgrowth of vaginal bacteria. However, a post-operative infection also is possible, especially if your hysterectomy was done through the vagina. Contact the doctor who did the hysterectomy ASAP. ...Read more
Queefing: First and foremost, queefing is totally normal and is definitely not farting out of your vagina. It's not even air coming from inside your body, it just means air from outside got into your vagina and is being pushed back out. There is not enough time or space to explain further here. If you need to discuss it further, see your surgeon or I invite you to a virtual consult. Dr G ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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